Sgian Dubh Dagger with Sheath
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  • Impressive reproduction of Scottish dagger
  • Full tang 5 3/4" stainless steel blade
  • Black injection molded handle
  • Includes custom sheath
  • Overall length: 9 1/8"

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A striking reproduction of the iconic Scottish period piece, the Sgian Dubh or "black dagger" adds traditional elegance and historical charm to any fine knife collection. It features a full tang 5 3/4" stainless steel blade and a black injection molded handle. A handsome custom sheath is included to house the blade in style.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.29 out of 5
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I Like It! Reviewed by James Vickery on Dec 23, 2017   5 out of 5

Okay, It's a Dagger. I haven't tried to shave with it. I haven't baton-ed it. I haven't thrown it at logs or trees. Because it's a Dagger ( see "Shiv" in the dictionary. Same thing - nicer handle. Made for poking, not slicing or throwing). And I like it. Sturdy, tight, the blade is slightly flexible ( helps around those pesky ribs). Wicked sharp point and the edge comes sharp enough for it's intended purpose, but you can get it sharper if you'd like. Under $15? Pleased as I always am with BudK P.S. - Anyone that can legally own one needs to buy a Timber Rattler Western Outlaw Bowie. Just because. Look it up on YouTube. See it get abused. Another Tough Knife Awesome Deal is a Military Rescue Tanto. I now own 7 of those. ( and thanks to everyone at BudK!!! Long Time, Many repeat purchases customer giving a shout out here!).

Sgian Dubh Dagger Reviewed by Stan on Apr 05, 2015   5 out of 5

The workmanship and authenticity of this dagger is beyond belief !! Everyone that has looked at this knife said WOW! Its absolutely gorgeous. The this dagger is perfect in every way. I have purchased several and I am almost sold out! Buy one, and you will see what the rave is all about.

Pretty Dagger Reviewed by Andrew on Jan 31, 2014   4 out of 5

As stated, a pretty dagger, but unless it was a replica of those used by a small Scottish person or child, it's only a letter opener. Still a nice piece. I got two at a BOGO sale, so now I can open letters twice as fast.

good value Reviewed by dave on Jul 12, 2013   4 out of 5

I use my weapons for stage, so I can't comment on the sharpness- I dull them as soon as I get them. I like these daggers for their basic design and cheap price. Great for costume and light stage-combat duty. I had one fall apart earlier this year, but a bit of glue and its good as new. The newer sheath looks much sturdier than the old one- we'll see if I need to build a new one from scratch.

Love It Reviewed by Michael on Jun 27, 2013   5 out of 5

This dagger is awesome it is meant to be used as a letter opener or a display but the dagger itself is sturdy and the tip on the blade is fantastic.It does have its cons like when you first get it you need to air it out because of the bad smell and the pommel will come off after extended use which shouldn't happen all in all great product THANKS BUDK.

mediocre Reviewed by Dan on May 08, 2009   3 out of 5

This was a purchase I wish I had spent more on another better dagger. I bought this to keep on desk only. The blade is great and the dagger overall is solid. But my blade is connected offset and not centered. There is no jewel on this and I do not see where it could be placed. The goldish metal paint is cheap. The sheath is good. The pleather on the handle has a bad chemical smell to it that needs to air out. I would have to say that this is a good dagger to have lying around for a defense situation or it makes a great letter opener.

Close to the real thingP Reviewed by Peter Hagen on Feb 09, 2009   4 out of 5

Nearest to historic reality so far, but the real celtic pattern in material is far more impressing, and never forget the jewel in the crown - all these knives had a smoke topas gem on top of the handle.

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